Teagan White is a freelance illustrator specializing in intricate drawings of floral and fauna, playful watercolors of animal characters, and illustrated typography. She is very interested in nature's subtle, gentle reciprocity and wild, tragic discord, and combines this inspiration with nostalgic colors, decorative arrangements of organic forms, and meticulous detail. Her clients have included Target, Papyrus, American Greetings, Random House, Penguin Books, Simon & Schuster, Nike, Honda, Wired Magazine, and the Washington Post, with projects ranging from advertising and editorial to children's books, greeting cards, and textiles.
Though originally from and quite fond of Chicago, Teagan moved to Minnesota to go to the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, and received her BFA in illustration in 2012. She now lives in St. Paul, where she spends her tiny amounts of free time following tangled animal paths through forest and field, squishing along reedy riverbanks, attempting to befriend gulls on rocky lakeshores, delighting in the routines of backyard bunnies, picking wildflowers, and collecting animal bones.